It is one session at a bigger conference rather than a conference in itself.
It is not about archaeology being worse per se but examining mental health in archaeology specifically.
> Date: Tue, 29 Sep 2015 21:36:57 +0100
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> Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Call for Papers Archaeology and Mental Health TAG 2015
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> It's startling that this should be such a big problem in archaeology as
> to warrant the organising of a special conference. Presumably these
> issues do not affect other disciplines to the same extent. I wonder
> what it is about archaeology ...?
> Martin Counihan
> On 29/09/2015 19:25, brochfael canwrtir wrote:
> > Archaeology and Mental Health
> > Calling for papers on issues affecting the mental health of archaeologists; Archaeological fieldwork as therapy; Evidence for mental health problems and solutions in the past or Inclusion of people with mental health problems in heritage. Please submit papers, abstracts and/or proposals to myself, William Rathouse, ([log in to unmask]) Lewis Colau or Sarah Colau. More information available at: http://tag2015bradford.org/sessions/mental-health-in-archaeology/